Church and Politics

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This small sermon below is from a Pastor of a Missional Community called Solomon's Porch. Here how they talk about Communion:

When Jesus takes the bread and calls it his body, he foreshadows that he himself will become a victim of the oppressive Roman Regime. Communion is a testimony to one who was executed by imperial powers and continually serves as a witness to another, peaceful vision of the world. We take the bread and wine ‘in remembrance of a victim and in the longing that we would be free from the effects of empire, oppression, and war Communion is an act of us becoming a part of Christ’s story.
— Kingdom Politics

Christianity and politics cannot be separated. Politics directly relates to the policies and culture in which shape how differing people on the food chain are treated.

Should Church and Politics be separated?


Jake VaydaComment